Nearly 90 per cent of eligible young ACT school children are expected to be partially vaccinated against COVID-19 by the time classes resume.
A first-of-its-kind postgraduate course is aiming to address spiralling rates of burnout among teachers.
Educators’ motives for entering the profession are many and varied, but for Meredith Wenta it was her inspirational grandmother.
After so many months of lockdown, it’s normal to be feeling apprehensive about the return to work. But what about our children? How are they feeling?
Innovations in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) have had a positive impact on nearly every aspect of life as we know it. Despite this, Australia's STEM sectors face a major skills shortage.
Picture yourself in 2020: the pandemic is in full force, screens separate you and your fellow educators, and in the midst of it all you are tasked with developing a brand new English curriculum for an equally brand new school, opening its doors Term 1, 2021 … intimidated?
There’s just over a week to go before term one starts across the country – except in Queensland which has pushed back the start of the school year.
In 2021, families across the nation and around the world endured a second year of interrupted schooling, with the associated challenges of home-learning, working from home and isolation from the support networks of extended family and friends.
The Girls in STEM Toolkit (The GiST) team chats to Dr Cathy Foley about her vision for women in STEM and her life as Australia's Chief Scientist.
A new augmented reality garden at Bathurst Public School in the Central West of NSW has a science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) moniker, but also extends learning across all subject areas.